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Monthly performance report Aratex Services, Inc
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National solar data program.
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"SOLAR/2008-79/05" ; "SOLAR/2008-79/06."

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Monthly

Performance

Report


ARATEX SERVICES, INC.
JUNE 1979


U.S. Department of Energy

National Solar Heating and
Cooling Demonstration Program


National Solar Data Program


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NOTICE
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any of their employees, nor any of their contractors, subcontractors, or their employees,
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MONTHLY PERFORMANCE REPORT
ARATEX SERVICES, INC.
JUNE 1979


I. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION


The ARATEX Services, Inc. site is an industrial laundry in Fresno,
California. The solar energy system is designed to provide approximately
20 percent of the energy to maintain the temperature of the process
water at 1800F. It has an array of 140 flat-plate, Lexan-glazed collec-
tors manufactured by Ying Manufacturing Company. They face south at a
tilt of 30 degrees from the horizontal. The collectors have a gross
area of 6,500 square feet. Water is used as the medium for delivering
solar energy from the collector array to storage. The solar heated
water is stored in a 12,000-gallon tank. Auxiliary energy is supplied
by a low pressure, gas-fired boiler. In addition, a heat exchanger,
utilizing energy from a waste water storage tank, preheats the city
water input supply. The solar energy system can be isolated from the
auxiliary heating system in the event of a malfunction without a reduc-
tion in overall system heating capacity.


The system, shown schematically in Figure 1, has three modes of opera-
tion.


Mode 1 Collector-to-Storage: During this mode of operation, water is
pumped from the water solar therial storage through the collectors and
back into storage. This mode is entered when the temperature of the col-
lector outlet exceeds the storage temperature by 4.5F and continues until
this differential temperature drops below 1.5'F.


Mode 2 Hot Water Demand: This mode is entered when there is a demand
by the laundry for hot water. City water entering the Domestic Hot
Water (DHW) system is preheated using the waste water in the 16,500-
gallon holding tank. The temperature of the input city water is raised
to approximately 1150F before entering water solar thermal storage. As








































,' TO .' I T0 (-----r 4 -- -H IT4-
SUPPLY W303 STEAM
FROM
t BOILER

SA300
T354 T304 T 50O

P EP301 4 T352
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111200
P3 EP303DOMST1
2000 GALGAL




WATER CONDENSATE
TO
R BLAUNDYLR


WASTE 56.00 GAL A THERMAL E TR
EWASTEAST REOVR E STORAGE
WATER WATER T351
IN /HOLDING
TANK T300
N _T202 IEP302 DOMESTIC
-:l-I,, HOT
V5 WATER
W302 TO
_: LAUNDRY

I W100 T101

SEWER
EP101


HEAT RECOVERY ENERGY COLLECTION AND STORAGE SUBSYSTEM AUXILIARY ENERGY SYSTEM

REVISED 4W59

Figure 1. ARA TEX SERVICES INC. SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM SCHEMA TIC









water is withdrawn from water solar thermal storage, it passes through
steam heat exchanger HX2, where auxiliary energy is added to maintain
the 4,000-gallon laundry DHW storage at 1800F. Additional energy is
supplied to DHW storage by extracting energy from the condensate line of
heat exchanger HX3, as shown in Figure 1.


Mode 3 Storage-to-Waste Water: When the water in the water solar
thermal storage reaches 180F, it is circulated by reverse flow through
heat exchanger HX1, in the heat recovery system, thus storing any excess
solar energy in the waste water holding tank. This mode is used to pre-
vent overheating the 12,000-gallon fiberglass storage tank and allows the
waste water holding tank to be used as a secondary solar storage tank.


II. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION


The system performance evaluations discussed in this section are based
primarily on analysis of the data presented in the attached computer-
generated monthly report. The report consists of daily site thermal
energy values for each subsystem, plus environmental data. The per-
formance factors discussed in this report are based upon the definitions
contained in NBSIR 76-1137, Thermal Data Requirements and Performance
Evaluation Procedures for the National Solar Heating and Cooling Demon-
stration Program.


A. Introduction


The solar energy system at the ARATEX Services, Inc. site operated con-
tinuously during June and satisfied 25 percent of the hot water load.
Hot water heating is the only solar-assisted function at this site. The
total system load at ARATEX is defined as the sum of the energy supplied
by the solar energy system, plus the energy supplied by the auxiliary en-
ergy system. The total load was 725.36 million Btu for the month of
June.









B. Weather


The Fresno weather has no apparent impact on the energy requirements of
the laundry. However, the weather does affect the solar energy collected
and used by the laundry. The measured insolation in the plane of the
collector array averaged 2,157 Btu/ft2-day, during June, which is below
the long-term average of 2,286 Btu/ft2-day, as derived from measurements
taken from the Fresno Airport.


C. System Thermal Performance


Collector Array Of the 422.35 million Btu of solar energy incident on
the collector array during June, only 322.90 million Btu were incident
on the array when the collector loop pump P2 was operating. The system
collected 123.02 million Btu, or approximately 29 percent of the total
insolation incident on the collector array. The operation of the col-
lector pump required 2.28 million Btu.


Storage The time-average daily temperatures of storage during June
ranged from 1260F to 1780F, resulting in an average daily temperature
of 1410F for the month. The calculated value of storage efficiency was
91 percent.


Ccim" rcial Hot Water Load During June, there were 24 working days at
RATE', Laundry. A total of 927,510 gallons of hot water was used, for
an average of 38,646 gallons of hot water per work day. The value of
3.,917 gallons per day shown in the Hot Water Subsystem section of the
computer printout is based on 30 days of consumption, which includes
.*-etkend, and holidays when the water usage is normally zero.


The city water supply entered the heat recovery system at an average
t.- ; rature of 76 F and was raised to an average temperature of 112F by
extracti- : 276.78 million Btu of energy fr'.n- the waste water holding tank.
Solar energy and auxiliary energy were added to raise the process water
_. ;irature to an average of 170F. The resulting total system hot water









load was 725.36 million Btu. Of the 725.36 million Btu total system load,
276.78 million Btu were supplied by the heat recovery system. This re-
duced the energy requirements on the solar and auxiliary energy subsystems
to 448.58 million Btu. Of the 448.58 million Btu, 112.72 million Btu were
supplied by the solar energy system. The remaining 335.86 million Btu
were supplied by the auxiliary energy system.


D. Observations


It can be observed in the attached computer printout of this report that
the solar energy collected is less than the solar energy delivered to
storage. This is due to unavoidable loss across the collector during
short periods of low incident solar energy collection, while the solar
collection pump EP101 is operating. The accumulated loss during June
was 4.00 million Btu. Normally the total solar energy collected is com-
puted as a function of W100, T100, and T150, while the energy delivered
to storage is computed as a function of W100, T101, and T151. In cal-
culating solar energy collected, using T101 and T151 as opposed to T100
and T150, results in a significant difference in measurement.


Solar energy collected using T101 and T151 was more consistent with
changes in storage energy during periods when no energy was being ex-
tracted from storage, than was the case when T100 and T150 were used
to calculate solar energy collected. These energy imbalances can be
caused by relatively small uncertainties in the temperature measure-
ments. This is because of the large mass flow rate through the col-
lector array and the small (approximately 5F to 70F) temperature
change across the collector array. No instrumentation changes would
solve this problem. Therefore, T151 and T101 will be used in computing
energy collected for storage, as well as energy delivered from storage.









The total hot water consumed at ARATEX is based on the flow sensor W303
as o-Vosed to WJ.,C2. When comparing the integrated values of W303, W300,
and W30. for the ornth, the result of using W303 more nearly represents
the expected hot water consumption. However, using W303 can be mislead-
inr when observing hot water consumption on a daily basis, since filling
the tLnks will appeJr as hot water consumption; however, this has little
effect on the monthly values.


Luri';g the :month of June, the total energy required to raise the water
foi, tht average inlet temperature of 760F to an average outlet temper-
ature of 1700F was 725.36 million Btu. This 725.36 million Btu is in
corvarison to the design load of 1,728.03 million Btu. The difference
betv.een the actual hot water load and the design load is due to the
difference in actual hot water consumption and the expected consumption
when the system was in the design phase.


E. Energy Savings


The equivalent fossil fuel saved by the use of solar energy was 187.87
million Btu at the expense of 2.28 million Btu of electrical energy to
c-erate solar collector pump P2. The heat recovery system supplied
276.78 million Btu of thermal energy to meet the hot water load require-
mrits. Converting this to fossil fuel requirements, the additional
fossil fuel savings amount to 461.30 million Btu. The operating expense
of the heat recovery system was 1.54 million Btu. The fossil energy sav-
ings cor.ntations for solar as well as the heat recovery system are based
on a comparison of the projected energy requirements of a conventional
fossil fuel boiler with an efficiency of 0.60 and the energy requirements
of the solar energy system.


III. ACTION STATUS


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SCLAR FEATINC ANP CYCLING DEMCNSTRATICN PROGRAM


CMNTHLY REPORT
SITE SUMMARY


SITE: ARATEX SERVICES. INC.
REPCRT PEFICC: JUNE,197S


SOLAR/2008-79/06


SITE/SYSITE DESCRIPTION :
THIS SITE IS AN INDUSTRIAL LAUNDRY WHICH USES SCLAR ENERGY
TC SUPPLY HEAT FOR FCT MATER. IF SUFFICIENT SCLAR ENERGY IS NCT COLLECTED TO
SUPPLY ThE HEATING REQUIREMENTS FCR HOT WATER, AUXILIARY ENERGY FROM A GAS-
FIRED LCh PRESSURE STEAN ECILER IS USED TO MEET THE HEAT NEEDS.


GENERAL SITE DATA:
INCIDENT SCLAR ENERGY


CCLLECTEC SCLAR ENERGY

AVERAGE AMEIENT TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE ELILCING TEMPERATURE
ECSS SCLAR CGNVERSIGN EFFICIENCY
ECSS OPERATING ENERGY
TCTAL SYSTEM OPERATING ENERGY
TCTAL ENERGY CCNSUMEC


422.354
64699
123.015
18844
80
N .A.
0.27
2.280
15.007
698. 909


MILLION BTU
BTU/SQ.FT.
MILLION BTU
BTU/SQ.FT.
DEGREES F
DEGREES F

MILLION BTU
MILLION BTU
MILLION BTU


SUBSYSTEM SUMMARY:

LOAD
SCLAR FRACTION
SOLAR ENERGY USED
OPERATING ENERGY
AUX. THERMAL ENERGY
AUX. ELECTRIC FUEL
AUX. FCSSIL FUEL
ELECTRICAL SAVINGS
FCSSIL SAvINGS


FCT HATER
44e.5E4
25
112.722
12.727
325.862
F.A
560 .8ee
N.A.
187.872


HEATING
N. A.
N.A.
N. A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N. A.
N.A.


COOLING
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N .A.
N.A.
N.A.


SYSTEM TCTAL
448.584 MILLION BTU
25 PERCENT
112.723 MILLION BTU
15.007 MILLION BTU
335.862 MILLION BTU
N.A. MILLION BTU
560.889 MILLION BTU
-2.280 MILLION BTU
187.872 MILLION BTU


SYSTEM PERFORMANCE FACTOR:


0.734


* DENCTES LNAVAILAELE CATA
Z DENOTES NULL DATA
N.A. DENOTES NCT APPLICAELE CATA

REFERENCE: USER'S GUIDE TO THE NCNTHLY FEPFCRMANCE REPORT
OF THE NATIONAL SCLAR DATA PRCGRAMFEERUARY 28,1978,
SCLAA/C004-7e8/1










SCIAR HENATINCA AND CCCLING DEN CNSTFATICN PROGRAM


MCNT-LY REPCFT
SITE SUMMARY


SITE: ARATEX SERVICES, INC.
REPCRT FERICD: JUNE.1979


SCLA /2008-79/06


SITE/SYSTEM CESCRIPTICN:
THIS SITE IS AN INDUSTRIAL LAUNDRY WHICH USES SCLAR ENERGY
TC SUPPLY HEAT FCR FC7T AFTER. IF SUFFICIENT SCLAR ENERGY IS NCT COLLECTED TC
SUPPLY THE HEATING FECUIFENENTS FCR FCT WATER, AUXILIARY ENERGY FROM A GAS-
FIRED LCW PRESSURE STEAM eCILER IS USED TO MEET THE HEAT NEEDS.

GENERAL SITE DATA:
INCIDENT SOLAR ENERGY 445.583 GIG


COLLECTED SOLAR ENERGY

AVERAGE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE EUILCING TEMPERATURE
ECSS SCLAR CCNVEPSICN EFFICIENCY
ECSS OPERATING ENERGY
TOTAL SYSTEM OPERATING ENERGY
TCTAL ENERGY CONSUMED


A JOULES


734723 KJ/SQ.N.
129.781 GIGA JOULES
213995 KJ/SQ.M.
27 DEGREES C
N.A. DEGREES C
0.27
2.405 GIGA JCULES
15.622 GIGA JCULES
737.348 GIGA JOULES


SUBSYSTEM SLNNARY:

LCAD
SOLAR FRACTION
SCLAR ENERGY USEC
OPERATING ENERGY
AUX. THERMAL ENG
AUX. ELECTRIC FUEL
AUX. FOSSIL FUEL
ELECTRICAL SAVINGS
FOSSIL SAVINGS


HCT AATEF
472,25f
2E
11 e.922
13.427
254.334
1.A.
5s1.73E
N.A.
1 .2CEs


HEATING
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.


COOLING
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.


SYSTEM TOTAL
473.256 GIGA JOULES
25 PERCENT
118.923 GIGA JCULES
15.832 GIGA JOULES
354.334 GIGA JCULES
N.A. GIGA JOULES
591.738 GIGA JCULES
-2.405 GIGA JCULES
198.205 GIGA JUZJLES


SYSTEM PERFORMANCE FACTCR:


0.734


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA
@ DENCTES NULL DATA
N.A. DENOTES NOT APPLICABLE DATA

REFERENCE: USER'S GUIDE TC TIE MCNTHLY PERFORMANCE REPORT
CF THE NATIONAL SCLAF DATA FFCGRAMFEERUARY 28.1978,
SCLAR/0004-78/1e









SOLAR FEATINh ANC CCCLING DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM

NCTTHLY REFCRT
ENERGY CCLLECTICN AND STORAGE SUBSYSTEM (ECSS)


SITE: ARATEX SERVICES. INC.
FEFCRT FERICC: JUNE,1979


SOLAR/2008-79/06


CAY
GF
MONTH



1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
It
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19'
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

SUM

AVG

NBS ID


INCIDENT
SCLAR
ENERGY
MILLION
ETL

14.161
14.252
14.172
15.704
14.649;
14.102
14.908
13.554
14.146
14.125
14.748
13.784
13.585
14.6C7
14.422
14.296
14.242
14.244
13.982
13.891
14.195
14.141
13.825
13.677
12.460
14.126
14.068
12.165
13.606
14.194
----------1
422.354

14.078

0001


AMEIENT
TEMP


DEG-F
--~----~----
83
86
85
E4
84
84
78
79
83
86
69
88
82
74
73
70
65
70
77
EC
78
7e
84
86
79
78
82
80
76
76



80

N 113


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ENERGY
TC
LCADS
MILL ICN
ETU

4.883
C.210
0.109
9.462
5.497
4.624
5.20C
3.886
0.192
C.619
9.741
4.3E5
5.149
3.760
3.99
C.491
C.850
7.235
3.553
4 .707
4.52e
4.267
0.121
C.048
7.137
4 .860
4.506
5.053
S.6684
C.O00


112.723


3.757


AUX
THERMAL
TO ECSS
MILLION
BTU


C
T

A
F
P
L
I
C
A
E
L
E


N.A.

N.A.


ECSS
OPERATING
ENERGY
MILLION
ETU

0.092
0.076
0.030
0.100
0.093
0.088
0.086
0.081
0.074
0.026
0.101
0.093
0.090
0.083
0.081
0.064
0.024
0.078
0.084
0.089
0.082
0.083
0.070
0.021
0.084
0.087
0.096
0.073
0.086
0.067

2.280

0.076

0102-


ECSS
ENERGY
REJECTED
MILLION
BTU

N
C
T

A
P
P
L
I
C
A
B
L
E


N.A.

N.A.


ECSS SOLAR
CONVERSION
EFFICIENCY



0.345
0.015
0.008
0.603
0.375
0.328
0.349
0.287
0.014
0.044
0.660
0.316
0.379
0.254
0.277
0.034
0.059
0.508
0.254
0.339
0.319
0.302
0.009
0.003
0.573
0.344
0.320
0.415
0.271
0.000



0.267

N1 11


* DENOTES UNAVAILAELE DATA.
E DENOTES LNLL DATA.
N.A. DENOTES NCT APPLICABLE DATA.











SCLAR FEATING AND CCCLING DEVCNSTRATICN FRCGRAM


NCNTFLY REPCRT
CCLLECTCP AFRAY PERFCRNANCE


SITE: ARATEX SERVICES. INC.
REPORT PERIOD: JUNE, 197


SOLAR/20Ce-79/06


CAY
CF
NCNTH



1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

SUM

AVG

NBSID


INCIDENT
SOLAR
ENERGY
MILLION
ETU

14.161
14.252
14.172
15.704
14.649
14.102
14 .CEl
13.554
14.146
14.125
14.748
13.784
13.565
14.807
14.422
14.296
14.342
14.244
13.982
13.891
14.195
14.141
13.825
13.677
12.460
14.128
14.C6E
12.185
13.606
14.194

422.354

14.07E

0001


CFEFATICNAL
INCIDENT
ENEFCY
NILLICN
ETU

12.702
11.199
4.366
13.878
12.992
12.375
12.631
11.759
11.116
3.931
13.395
12.438
12.000
12.466
12.072
9.955
3.969
11.587
11.936
12.236
11.954
11.970
10.173
2.800
1C.310
12.268
12.571
9.930
11.613
1C0.305

3222.98

10.763


CCLLECTEC
SOLAR
ENERGY
NILLICN
ETU

5.549
3.766
0.853
5.747
5.387
5.029
5,172
5.02C
3.542
0 176
6.046
5.537
5.291
5.029
4.839
2.343
-0.082
4.405
4,715
5.034
5.C45
5.120
2.921
0.390
4.C39
5.231
5.247
3.88e
4.590
3.145

123.015

4.101


I----------
CAYTINE
AMBIENT
TEMP
DEG F


94
100
99
96
92
92
84

95
101
100
101
93
83
85
82
71
79
88
91
88
88
96
99
89
88
93
92
89
85
------

91----------
91


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE CATA.
Z DENCTES NULL CATA.
N.A. DENCTES NCT APPLICABLE CATA.


COLLECTOR
ARRAY
EFFICIENCY



0.392
0.264
0.060
0.366
0.368
0.357
0.347
0.370
0.250
0.012
0.410
0.402
0.389
0.340
0.336
0.164
-0.006
0.309
0.337
0.362
0.355
0.362
0.211
0.029
0.324
0.370
0.373
0.319
0.337
0.222



0.291

N100


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SOLAR EATING AhD CCCLING OEMCNSTRATION PROGRAM


MONTHLY REPORT
STCFAGE PERFORMANCE


SOLAR/2008-79 06


SITE: ARATEX SERVICES, INC.
REFCRT PFEICC: JUfE,1979


DAY
CF
MCNTH



1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

SUM

AVG

EES ID


ENERGY
TC
STORAGE
NILLICN
ETU

5.549
3.797
0.963
5.747
5.669
5.162
5.178
5.020
3.566
0.795
6.046
5.576
5.321
5.029S
4.896
2.833
0.851
4.448
4.896
5.113
5.C49
5.125
3.042
0.438
4.039
5.231
5.465
4.358
4.670
3.145
-~---------
127.C14

4.234
G200
----------I


ENERGY
FROM
STORAGE
NILLICh
ETU

4.883
0.210
C.109
9.462
5.497
4.624
5.200
3.886
0.192
0.619
9.741
4.356
5o149
3.760
3.998
0.491
C.850
7.235
3.553
4.707
4.528
4.267
C.121
0.048
7.137
4.860
4.506
5.053
3.684
C. CCC
-----------]

-----------I
112.723

3.757

C201


CHANGE
IN STORED
ENERGY
NILLICN
BTL

0.352
3.686
1.073
-5.750
0.715
-0.191
-0.424
0.649
3.208
0.904
-4.922
0.325
-0.422
0.468
-0.242
3.190
0.692
-4.064
0.838
-0.371
0.263
0.303
3.273
0.439
-4.252
-0.548
0.700
-1.029
0.924
3.101

2.890

0.096

0202


STORAGE
AVERAGE
TEMP
DEG F


126
150
176
145
131
130
127
130
154
176
141
130
128
129
132
151
170
139
131
132
132
134
158
178
143
128
129
128
128
152



141


STORAGE
EFFICIENCY




0.943
1.026
1 228
0.646
1 096
0.859
0.922
0.904
0.954
1 .917
00797
0.840
0.888
0.841
0.767
1 299
1.811
0.713
0.897
0.848
0.949
0.892
1.116
10112
0.714
0.824
0.953
0.923
0.987
0.986



0.910

N108


* DENCTES UNAVAILAELE CATA.
a DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENCTES hCT APPLICABLE DATA.











SCLAF HE/EATIN ANC CCCLINC DENCNSTRATICN PROGRAM


NCNTHLY FEPCRT
HGT WATER SUBSYSTEM


SCLAR/2008-79/06


SITE: AoATEX SERVICES, INC.
FEPCRT PERICC: JUNhE 1979


DAY
CF
MGN.



I
2

4

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

SUM

AVG

NBS


PCT SCLAR
AATER FR.CF
LCAD LCAD
MILLION PER
ETU CENT

21.270 22
1.154 18
0.1C9 10C
23.918 40
18.667 29
19.117 24
2C.933 25
19.510 20
C.370 52
0.619 10C
26.264 37
20.652 21
20.919 25
20.852 1E
19.691 20
0.491 10C
0.8EC 10C
22.996 31
20.162 18
21.904 21
2C.545 22
18.156 22
C.121 100
0.048 100
21.715 33
22.455 22
22.122 20
22.684 22
2C.291 18
0.001 C

44 o.54

14.953 25

0302 h200


SCLAR
ENERYP
USED
NILLIC
eTU

4.EE 3
0.2101
0.109
9.462
5.497
4.624
5.200

0.192
0.615
9.741
4.356
5.149
3.76C
3.998
0.491
0. E C
7.235
3.553
4.707
4.528
4.267
0.121
0.048
7.137
4. 60
4.506
5.053
3.684
0.000

112.723

3.757

C300


CPEF
EhEFGCY

WILLICh
BTU

C.61
0.092
0.002
0.7CO
0.631
0.595
0.603
0. 24
0.045
C.CC2
0.696
0.95
0.620
0.599
0.575

C.CC2
0.606
0.EE5
0.588
0.65
0.548
0.C15
0.002
0.575
0.614
0.597
C.6C6
0.549
C.CC2

12.727

0.424
0C303


AUX
TIEFPIAL
USED
NILLICh
BTL

16.367
0.944
0.000
14.456
13.171
14.493
15.733
15.624
0.177
0.000
16.523
16.296
15.771
17.092
15.693
0.000
C.COC
15.761
16.610
17.197
16. C17
13.E89
0.000
0.OCC
14.578
17.595
17.616
17.632
16.607
C.001

2i 5.662

11.195

C301


AUX
ELECT
FUEL
MILLION
eTU


C
T

A
P
P
L
I
C
Al
E
L
E
















b.A.

b.A.

0305


ELECT
ENERGY
SAVINGS
MILLION
BTU

h
0
T

A
P
P
L
I
C
A
E
L
E


-"----._-. -- I
AUX
FOSSIL
FUEL
MILLION
BTL

27.367
1.576
0.000
24.142
21.9951
24.204
26.2741
26.092
0.296
0.000
27.593
27.215

28.5441
26.207
0.0001
0.000
26.321
27.738
28.719
26.748
23. 195
0.000
0.000
24.3451
29.383
29.419
29.445
27.7341
0.001

560.889

18.696

0306


N.A.

0211


I---
FCSSIL
ENERGY
SAVINGS
MILLION
ETU

8.138
C.350
0.182
15.770
9.161
7.706
e.667
6.477
0.321
1 .032
16.235
7.260
e.581
6.266
6.664
0.818
1.417
12.05e
5.921
7.844
7.547
7.111
0.201
0.080
11.895
8.100
7.510
8.421
6.140
0.000

187.872

6.262

0313


* DENOTES UNAVAILABLE DATA.
@ DENCTES NULL DATA.
N.A. CENGTES NCT APPLICAeLE CATA.


N.A.


SUP .
WAT.
TEMP
DEG
F

105
102
97
111
115
115
112
113
91
771
106
1141
114
114
118,
132'
154
121
1131
116
1171
115
108
105
112
113
112
1171
116
115
i- -

112

N305


HGT
IWAT.
TEMP
DEG
F

167

183
177
173
171
168
167
165
164
170
1711
170
1701
169
166
166
174
173
170
169
170
168|
168
173
171
172
169
168
167



170

N307


OCT
WATER
USED

GAL

39171
2926
0
45953
36025
40426
41731
40362
2912
0
55064
43774
43920
44936
42917
1086
0
46080
43171
47675
43326
36472
534
0
42438
44379
46033
51128
43350
919

927510

30917

N308










SCLAF PEATINC ANC COCLING DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM

MCNTHLY FEFCFT
ENVIRONMENTAL SUMMARY


SITE: ARATEX SERVICES, INC.
REPORT FEFICC: JUNE,1979


DAY TOTAL DIFFUSE AMEIENT
OF INSCLATICN INSCLATICf TENFEFATUFE
MCNTH
BTL/SG.FT BTU/SG.FT DEE F

1 2169 N 83
2 2183 C 86
3 2171 T 85
4 2406 84
5 2244 A 84
6 2160 F 84
7 2284 P 78
8 2076 L 79
9 2167 I 83
10 2164 C 86
11 2259 A E
12 2112 E 88
13 2C81 L 82
14 2268 E 74
15 2209 73
16 2190 7 C
17 2197 C65
e1 2 I 2 70
19 2142 77
20 2128 80
21 2174 78
22 2166 78
23 2118 84
24 2095 86
25 1909 75
26 2164 78
27 2155 E2
28 1867 8 I
29 2084 78
30 2174 76

SLM 64699 hNA.

AVG 2157 h.A. EC

NBS ID 0001 112


* DENCTES UNAVAILAELE CATA.
@ DENCTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENCTES NCT AFPLICAELE CATA.


SOLAR/2008-79/06


----------i
DAYTIME
AMEIENT
TEMP
DEG F

94
100
SS
96
92
92
84

95
101
100
101
93
p83
85
82
71
79
88
91
88
88
96
99
89
88
93
92
89


-------- --I
85



91


RELATIVE
HUMIDITY

PERCENT

N
0
T

A
P
P
L
I
C
A
B
L
E



















N, A


WIND
DIRECTION

DEGREES

103
92
97
102
92
99
93
0
0
0
0

98
103
99
93
96
98
0
98
105
97
92
99
101
102
100
102
106
103



95

N5-----------
-
.-- -


WIND
SPEED

M.P.H.



5

3
6
7
1
2
1
2
3

6

7
8
4
2
4
6
4
3
4
4
6
3
5
7
5

i-------------

4

N114











S LLA E ATIC- ANtC CCCL ING CE CNSSTPATICN PPOGrAM


NCNTHLY FEPCRT
FEAT FECCVERY SYSTEM


SITE: AnATEX SERVICES, INC.
fEFCRT F EF I C: JU E 79


SCLAP/2008-79/06


CAY
CF
SNENTh-



1
2
3
4
5
6
7





14
15
16
17

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
20

SCM

AVG


27


6.761

9.226
~-----~-- I


RECOVERY
NEFCY(FP)
NILL IC
ETU

IC.514
0.873
C.CCC
13.604
1C. 622
12.650
11.E22
11.697
0.8666
C .CCC
16.275
13.327
12.803
1 .669

0.271
C .000
12.969
123.6E
14.923
12.7449
10.525
C. C7
C.000
11.631
12.7 4 2
12.801

13.429
C .229
---------


SCLAR
FFACTICh CF
FhR ENERGY
NILLICN
BTU
-----------~
S2.EC 6
0.177
C.CCC
4.662
3.055
.0223
2.991
2.318
0.7766
C.CCC
5 .450
S.971
2.206
2.496
2.EC4
C.191 E
C.OCC
4.153
2.437
2.182
2.E47
2.268
C.CCC
C.OCO
3.734
2. EC7
2.788
3.451
2.431
C.OCO

66.368

2.228


ALXILIARY
FRACTICN
hRS ENERGY
NILLICN
BTC

7.908
0.696
0.000
8.94 C
7.568
9.627
8.831
9.379
0.080
C. OCCC
10.825
10.2356
9.597
1 1 171
10.586
0.079
0. COC
9.816
11.248
11.742
9.901
8.256
0.107
0.000
7.897
9.958
11.0123
13.13E
10.998
0.229

209.943

6.998


SCLAR
FRACTION
CF LCAD
PERCENT


SLPPLY
WATER
TEMP
CEC F


75
73
73
77
76
75
75
75
74
74
77
76
75
76
76
76
77
76
75
75
76
76
80
81
79
75
75
76
75
79


76
76


25.129


IhEAT qEC
SYS CPER
ENERGY
MILLION
ETU

0.057
0.030
0.000
0.070
0.057
0.068
0.06 1
0.061
0.027
0.000
0.085
0,070
0.068
0.071
0.067
0.022
0.000
0.070
0.071
0.075
0.064
0.058
0.016
0.000
0.060
0.065
0.072
0.085
0.079
0.007

1 .537

0.051


* DENCIES UNAVAILAELE CATA.
5 DENOTES NULL DATA.
N.A. DENCTES NET AFFLICAELE CATA.


22.956
18.194
100.000
39.560
29.446
24,186
24.841
19.920
52.019
100.000
37.089
21.092
24.611
18.030
20.305
100.000
100.000
21.461
17.620
21.488
22.040
23.500
100.000
100.000
32.866
21.644
20,368
22.274
18.156
0.000










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